Basic Audit Log Patterns (BALP)
1.1.3 - Trial-Implementation International flag

This page is part of the IHE Basic Audit Log Patterns (BALP) (v1.1.3: Publication) based on FHIR (HL7® FHIR® Standard) R4. This is the current published version. For a full list of available versions, see the Directory of published versions

Example AuditEvent: oAuth Server Minimal - Audit Example of a basic patient identifiable read

Generated Narrative: AuditEvent

Resource AuditEvent "ex-auditBasicReadOServerMin"

Profile: Basic AuditEvent pattern for oAuth Opaque

Security Labels:

type: Restful Operation (Details: code rest = 'RESTful Operation', stated as 'Restful Operation')

subtype: read (Details: code read = 'read', stated as 'read')

action: R

recorded: Apr 29, 2020, 4:49:00 AM

outcome: 0


type: User OAuth Agent participant (The code used to identifiy a User Agent#UserOauthAgent)

requestor: true

policy: C187CC480FAC40A0936902D8BC324F5F


type: Source Role ID (DICOM#110153)

who: Device/ex-device

requestor: false




type: Destination Role ID (DICOM#110152)

who: :

requestor: false




*server.example.comDevice/ex-deviceApplication Server (Details: code 4 = 'Application Server', stated as 'Application Server')


what: Patient/ex-patient " SCHMIDT"

type: Person (Details: code 1 = 'Person', stated as 'Person')

role: Patient (Details: code 1 = 'Patient', stated as 'Patient')


what: List/ex-list

type: System Object (Details: code 2 = 'System Object', stated as 'System Object')

role: Domain Resource (Details: code 4 = 'Domain Resource', stated as 'Domain Resource')


what: 76d148b6-586d-11ec-bf63-0242ac130002

type: transport specific unique identifier where http X-Request-Id is used (Details: code XrequestId = 'transport specific unique identifier where http X-Request-Id is used', stated as 'null')